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Coming together virtually in a Festival of Reimagination

15 December 2020
The economic, societal, and personal impacts of the pandemic have been significant, and it is fair to say that we have all faced challenges in 2020 as a consequence.

Overview of tax and social security changes applicable as of January 1st, 2021

11 December 2020
Augustin de La Chapelle
Issued by Stéphanie Cocq, Senior Consultant and Laureline Martel, Assistant Manager – Tax | Global Employer Services The festive season is fast approaching, which also means changes in social security and tax laws as of January 1st, 2021.

RSM expands Latin America operations with two new member firms

10 December 2020
RSM, the leading network of audit, tax and consulting advisers focused on the middle market has announced strategic growth in Latin America with the addition of RSM Chile and RSM Paraguay.

In 2021, Swiss permit quotas will remain unchanged & access to local labor market will be restricted further for foreign people

2 December 2020
Augustin de La Chapelle
> 2021 quotas are unchanged; Specific number is issued for UK people.

RSM launches its Festival of Reimagination open inclusively to all 43,000 employees

26 November 2020
RSM, the leading global network of audit, tax and consulting firms focused on the middle market, has announced the launch of its Festival of Reimagination, the network’s first virtual RSM World Conference. The event, which will be held on 1-3...

Update of Circular No. 37 on the taxation of employee participations

23 November 2020
Augustin de La Chapelle
Issued by Pauline Nicod, Senior Consultant, Global Employer Services The new version of this Circular provides the following three clarifications that will come into force as of January 1, 2021: > Non-listed employee shares

RSM Congratulates Robert Streb, Winner of the 11th RSM Classic

23 November 2020
RSM Congratulates Robert Streb, Winner of the 11th RSM Classic

In 2021, new paid leave will be introduced for fathers and caregivers of relatives in need

12 November 2020
Augustin de La Chapelle
Issued by Pauline Nicod, Senior Consultant, Global Employer Services > A two-week paternity leave is created as of 2021

Moving to Switzerland

10 November 2020
Daniel Spitz
Brexit, Pandemic, lock-down, terrorist attack, failure of the Health system, climate change and politic instability…

Managing global remote working and work anywhere policies

4 November 2020
Augustin de La Chapelle
When an employee works in a country different to that of their ‘home’ for employment purposes, there can be a number of tax, social security and regulatory issues for both the individual and their employer.

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